UToronto launches anti-Asian racism working group

The University of Toronto has launched a working group to tackle anti-Asian racism on campus and make the university more inclusive and welcoming. The group plans to develop a tri-campus inventory of existing resources, initiatives, and projects that address anti-Asian racism and advance inclusion; and will recommend actionable steps to respond to anti-Asian racism across the university’s three campuses. The working group is co-chaired by Carol Chin, the principal of Woodsworth College, and Vikram Chadalawada, the assistant director of student information, Enterprise Applications and Solutions Integration and Information Technology Services. “This is not just for the Asian community,” said Chadalawada. “It’s also for everyone who interacts with members of the Asian community at U of T – so, it applies to all of us.” UToronto Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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